Attitudes Toward Online Learning Improve Post Pandemic - Wiley Survey

Positive attitudes toward online learning have increased to their highest levels yet among learners who use it, according to Wiley’s annual Voice of the Online Learner report. “They also see real value in the results they achieve through online education, which allow them to advance in their career.” The vast majority—94%—of online learners in the survey said they have a positive or very positive view of online learning, up from 86% before the pandemic. And 83% said they would learn online again. The report is based on a national survey of 2,500 adult respondents enrolled or planning to enroll in an online degree or certificate program.

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